Two More Dead in Italy Shipwreck

Rescuers plucked three survivors from the Costa Concordia early Sunday, more than 24 hours after the cruise ship ran aground off the Italian coast. Five people have been confirmed dead but 17 people are still unaccounted for. The three survivors include a crew member and a South Korean couple on their honeymoon. The captain of the ocean liner has been arrested on suspicion of leading to the deaths, and prosecutors confirmed that he left the ship before the evacuation was complete, though the ship's operator said the Costa Concordia was following its regular course when it hit a submerged rock close to shore.